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  • Learn to Draw Baby Animals

    By Jorge Santillan
    Authors:
    Jorge Santillan
    Learn to Draw: Baby Animals shows children how to draw six adorable young animals, from puppies, kittens and bunnies to lambs, foals and chicks. Each drawing is broken down into seven simple, easy-to-follow steps to help children create, and then colour in, their own baby animal pictures. Fact boxes on each spread provide information about each baby animal, allowing children to learn about, as well as to draw, them. A glossary at the back of the book explains any complicated words, and a 'More Information' section gives suggestions as to how children can find out more about baby animals.If children have loved learning to draw baby animals, why not try learning to draw dinosaurs, dragons, fairies, mermaids, unicorns, knights, castles, pirates and pirate ships in other titles in the series?
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    The Land of Far Beyond

    By Enid Blyton, Sam Loman
    Authors:
    Enid Blyton
    Illustrated by:
    Sam Loman
    A beautiful cloth-bound gift edition of Enid Blyton's The Land of Far Beyond - a retelling of John Bunyan's The Pilgrim's Progress.A classic adventure of good versus evil, this book will never be forgotten by the children who read it.Peter, Anna and Patience live in the City of Turmoil, a noisy, dirty place where children can do whatever they like. It's all fun and games until they discover the heavy burdens they carry in their hearts from behaving so badly. The only way they can get rid of their burdens is by travelling to the Land of Far Beyond, a distant land that is found by taking a long, difficult path full of people who tempt them to lose their way.This beautiful cloth-bound hardback contains the original text first published in 1942.
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  • Lottie and Dottie Grow Pumpkins

    By Claire Burgess, Marijke van Veldhoven
    Authors:
    Claire Burgess
    Illustrated by:
    Marijke van Veldhoven
    A brand new blue Early Reader about two little girls who love gardening, with tips on growing your own pumpkins in time for Halloween from one of the UK's top gardening bloggers.Early Readers are stepping stones from picture books to reading books, perfect for building confidence in new readers and reluctant readers. A blue Early Reader is perfect for sharing and reading together. A red Early Reader is the next step on your reading journey.Halloween is coming and Lottie and Dottie are growing their very own pumpkins. From making yummy soup to carving scary faces, there are lots of things for them to make and do.Perfect for budding gardeners. Contains instructions on how to grow your own pumpkins.
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  • Leonardo da Vinci

    By Paul Rockett
    Authors:
    Paul Rockett
    Inspiring Artists tells us what it is that makes some famous artists so important and memorable, not only in terms of their artistic legacy, but also as to their impact on the wider world. Leonardo da Vinci was a brilliant inventor, engineer, scientist and architect, but he is most famous for being an artist. His fascination and skill in representing the world around him made him a celebrity during his lifetime and an inspiration to many artists both then and now, from Raphael to Andy Warhol.These lavishly illustrated books are a visual treasure trove, with famous paintings alongside lesser-known works. Aimed at readers aged 9+, the content has been expertly checked by the ex-Head of Education at the National Gallery in London.
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  • Learn to Draw Knights and Castles

    By Jorge Santillan
    Authors:
    Jorge Santillan
    Learn to Draw: Knights and Castles shows children how to draw six medieval things, from knights on horseback and coats of arms to fortified castles and fortresses. Each drawing is broken down into seven simple, easy-to-follow steps to help children create, and then colour in, their own knight and castle pictures. Fact boxes on each spread provide information about knights and castles, allowing children to learn about, as well as to draw, them. A glossary at the back of the book explains any complicated words, and a 'More Information' section gives suggestions as to how children can find out more about knights and castles.If children have loved learning to draw knights and castles, why not try learning to draw dinosaurs, dragons, fairies, mermaids, unicorns, baby animals, pirates and pirate ships in other titles in the series?
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  • Learn to Draw Dragons

    By Jorge Santillan
    Authors:
    Jorge Santillan
    Learn to Draw: Dragons shows children how to draw six incredible dragons, from magical, wicked and flying dragons to fire-breathing, water and Chinese dragons. Each drawing is broken down into seven simple, easy-to-follow steps to help children create, and then colour in, their own dragon pictures. Fact boxes on each spread provide information about dragons, allowing children to learn about, as well as to draw, them. A glossary at the back of the book explains any complicated words, and a 'More Information' section gives suggestions as to how children can find out more about dragons and dragon myths.If children have loved learning to draw dragons, why not try learning to draw dinosaurs, baby animals, fairies, mermaids, unicorns, knights, castles, pirates and pirate ships in other titles in the series?
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  • Learn to Draw Pirates

    By Jorge Santillan
    Authors:
    Jorge Santillan
    Learn to Draw: Pirates shows children how to draw six piratical things, from pirate captains and peg-leg sailors to enormous pirate sailing ships. Each drawing is broken down into seven simple, easy-to-follow steps to help children create, and then colour in, their own pirate pictures. Fact boxes on each spread provide information about pirates, allowing children to learn about, as well as to draw, them. A glossary at the back of the book explains any complicated words, and a 'More Information' section gives suggestions as to how children can find out more about pirates.If children have loved learning to draw pirates, why not try learning to draw dinosaurs, dragons, fairies, mermaids, unicorns, knights, castles, baby animals in other titles in the series?
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  • Learn to Draw Fairies, Mermaids and Unicorns

    By Jorge Santillan
    Authors:
    Jorge Santillan
    Learn to Draw: Fairies shows children how to draw six incredible mythical creatures, from forest, water and fire fairies to mermaids and unicorns. Each drawing is broken down into seven simple, easy-to-follow steps to help children create, and then colour in, their own mythical creature pictures. Fact boxes on each spread provide information about each creature, allowing children to learn about, as well as to draw, them. A glossary at the back of the book explains any complicated words, and a 'More Information' section gives suggestions as to how children can find out more about myths and legends.If children have loved learning to draw mythical creatures, why not try learning to draw dinosaurs, dragons, baby animals, knights, castles, pirates and pirate ships in other titles in the series?
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  • Lottie and Dottie Sow Sunflowers

    By Claire Burgess, Marijke van Veldhoven
    Authors:
    Claire Burgess
    Illustrated by:
    Marijke van Veldhoven
    Early Readers are stepping stones from picture books to reading books. A blue Early Reader is perfect for sharing and reading together. A red Early Reader is the next step on your reading journey.When Lottie and Dottie take a trip to Mr McWelly's Garden Centre one sunny day, they hear about a local competition for growing sunflowers. They know they just have to enter!Perfect for budding gardeners. Contains instructions on how to grow your own sunflowers!
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  • Learn to Draw Dinosaurs

    By Jorge Santillan
    Authors:
    Jorge Santillan
    Learn to Draw: Dinosaurs shows children how to draw six incredible dinosaurs, from T-rex, Stegosaurus and Diplodocus to Triceratops, Velociraptor and Allosaurus. Each drawing is broken down into seven simple, easy-to-follow steps to help children create, and then colour in, their own dinosaur pictures. Fact boxes on each spread provide information about each dinosaur, allowing children to learn about, as well as to draw, them. A glossary at the back of the book explains any complicated words, and a 'More Information' section gives suggestions as to how children can find out more about dinosaurs.If children have loved learning to draw dinosaurs, why not try learning to draw baby animals, dragons, fairies, mermaids, unicorns, knights, castles, pirates and pirate ships in other titles in the series?
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  • Leonardo da Vinci

    By Iain Zaczek
    Authors:
    Iain Zaczek
    This title looks at the life and works of Leonardo da Vinci, including an examination of paintings such as The Last Supper, Mona Lisa, The Annunciation, Lady with an Ermine, Portrait of Ginevra de' Benci, The Virgin and Child with St Anne and The Virgin of the Rocks. It looks at the techniques and colour palette da Vinci used in these works, encouraging readers to look more closely at the interesting elements of each painting. It also includes a timeline of his life, information on museums and galleries where his work is currently displayed and a chance for readers to use what they have learned to make their own painting in the style of Leonardo da Vinci.
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  • Lottie and Dottie Sow Carrots

    By Claire Burgess, Marijke van Veldhoven
    Authors:
    Claire Burgess
    Illustrated by:
    Marijke van Veldhoven
    Early Readers are stepping stones from picture books to reading books. A blue Early Reader is perfect for sharing and reading together. A red Early Reader is the next step on your reading journey.Lottie and Dottie love growing things and when they take a trip to Mr McWelly's Garden Centre they make the amazing discovery that carrots taste much better when they grow them themselves...
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  • Lettuce

    By Helen Lanz
    Authors:
    Helen Lanz
    It's simple to grow your own lettuce! In this book find out:what equipment you will needhow to grow a healthy plantabout the science in growing plants.You can also find useful tips, nutrition facts and a recipe.
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  • Line Dancing and Other Folk Dances

    By Rita Storey
    Authors:
    Rita Storey
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    Little Ballet Star

    By Adele Geras, Shelagh Mcnicholas
    Authors:
    Adele Geras
    Illustrated by:
    Shelagh Mcnicholas
    Little ballerinas will love this delightful story about budding ballerina, Tutu Tilly.It's Tilly's birthday and she's off to a real theatre with her auntie, a real ballerina! Join Tilly as she steps backstage to experience the excitement of a ballet performance, from the dressing rooms to centre stage. But will Tilly be given the chance to dance under the spotlight? This is the magical sequel to the bestselling The Ballet Class and the second book in the bestselling Tutu Tilly series.
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